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Multidisciplinary Approaches Necessary to a Changing Climate

by Charlotte Morrissey

Grasso et al. (2015) argue in a piece introducing the Special Issue of Climatic Change that any non-multidisciplinary approach to the problems climate change is causing will leave the issue with far fewer solutions than are readily available. 334 more words

Policy

The Built World

It’s been weeks since my last post. I could say I was out there doing new research; I could say I had not yet found material to blog about but these are no excuses. 2,544 more words

Blog Post - 5

Different perspective on ‘Coral bleaching event’

All the research since past four weeks has helped me built a base in my topic, but every week I felt it needed to narrow down the funnel to get a better insight on the issue. 812 more words

Climate Change & Environment

Canada 'missed the boat' on climate-change economy

VANCOUVER – Canada “has missed the boat” when it comes to developing renewable energy resources that would mitigate the impact of global warming and its impact on human health, a leading medical expert says. 533 more words

News

Canada 'missed the boat' on climate change policies: doctor

VANCOUVER – A leading expert on climate change says Canada “has missed the boat” when it comes to developing renewable energy resources that would mitigate the impact of global warming and its impact on human health. 205 more words

Canada

On being a polio survivor finding new ways to travel, and live

A reason exists behind each thing that happens, though two people seeing the same event side by side may have two very different ideas about the reason.   1,860 more words

Polio

My life's long distance travel in one graph

During my adult life I have been a frequent flyer. After finishing high school, I moved to a city nearly 4 hours flight away to start university. 642 more words

Train Travel